What exactly do you need?
All the best for ur career. Follow what game_dev said - it's more important to like what u do. Find the inspiration and u can do great things.
I'm not a experienced game developper (I'm only 13 lol), but I know that if you are making a game and you just don't come any further or you have an error that you can't solve, keep trying, after a while you will always find the awnser.
I'm still in school, but I'm interested in gameprogramming too.
Where do you study that, and what are the topics they teach?
ok, I didn't know that.
I'm only a 13 years old dutch boy lol.
If you want to become a game programmer you have to learn the basic of programming and start with C/C++ laguages.
I'm employed as a programmer and I'm afraid I have to disagree. At university it is important you learn the principles of programming, not just a given language. That said, C++ is very common as is Java, however sensible comapanies realise that those languages are almost identical and will allow you a week or so to pick them up. It's suprisingly easy when you understand the principles which is why it's so important to know them.